Our College & Career Advisor will guide students to comprehensive financial and scholarship information.

Your student should visit the College & Career Center early and often–beginning in ninth grade. Many scholarships require essays and portfolios that students must develop throughout high school.

Students may drop in before or after school or during lunch. They can also make an appointment with Mr. Rios. Families can meet with Mr. Rios as well.

Below are announcements and links to only a few local scholarship opportunities.

  • Many colleges and universities include scholarships in the financial aid packages that they offer with admission (based on the FAFSA and Common Application; see help links below).  Students should ask at each college that interests them about additional scholarship opportunities for which the student must apply separately from the admission application.
  • Students should use Naviance and the internet to search for other opportunities. Each year, millions of dollars in specialized scholarships go unrewarded for lack of eligible applications.

Financial Aid

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